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Hiren’s Boot CD PE Live USB – Password Reset / Data Recovery

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Note: This is a 64 Bit version of the software. This will work on computers made after 2010.

What is Linux, you ask? Great question!

Linux is an Operating System (OS) similar to Windows, with almost all the same features but faster, less cluttered, and more user-friendly.

What makes it different?

  • More secure: Linux requires password security to download new files and programs
  • Open-source: Linux isn’t owned by a brand like Microsoft or Apple, but rather is an open-source system, which means it’s created to allow users to use and modify the system in any way they see fit, so you aren’t tied to Windows or iOS.
  • Computer reboot: When you have an older computer or laptop, new software updates are often not able to be downloaded, but the current versions don’t work. With Linux, you can reboot old computers and laptops by downloading a different operating system to help it run!
  • The Terminal: Want more control over your user-interface? Linux allows you to edit the entirety of the OS through the “terminal.”

What is Hiren’s Boot CD PE?

Note: This specific software cannot be installed

Hiren’s Boot CD PE is a tool used in repairing PCs by many professionals in the industry. It is booted from a USB and allows you to perform virus scans, data recovery, password recovery, defragments, disk partitions, and much more onto a Windows system (Even if the system is un-bootable).

Here is a list of the tools that come with Hiren’s Boot CD PE:

BCD-MBR Tools:

BootIce v1.3.3

EasyBCD v2.3

Hard Disk Tools – Data Recovery:

CheckDisk GUI v1.2.0

Lazesoft Data Recovery v4.0.0.1

Puran Data Recovery v1.2.0

Puran File Recovery v1.2.0

Recuva v1.53.0.1087

Runtime GetDataBack for FAT v4.3.3

Runtime GetDataBack for NTFS v4.3.3

Runtime GetDataBack Simple v5.0.0

Runtime NAS Data Recovery v4.0.0

Runtime RAID Reconstructor v4.4.0

Runtime RAID Recovery for Windows v4.0.0

Hard Disk Tools – Defrag:

Defraggler v2.22.33.995

Hard Disk Tools – Diagnostic

GSmartControl v1.1.3

HDDScan v4.0

HDTune v2.55

WD Data Lifeguard Diagnostics v1.31

Hard Disk Tools – Disk Explorer:

Runtime Captain Nemo v7.0.0

Runtime DiskExplorer for FAT v4.3.2

Runtime DiskExplorer for Linux v4.3.6

Runtime DiskExplorer for NTFS v4.3.2

Hard Disk Tools – Imaging:

Acronis TrueImage 2018 build 11530

AOMEI Backupper v4.1.0

Lazesoft Disk Image & Clone v4.0.0.1

Macrium Reflect PE v7.1.3196

Runtime DriveImage XML v2.6.0

Hard Disk Tools – Partition Tools:

AOMEI Partition Assistant v7.0.1

Macrorit Partition Extender v4.9.3

Hard Disk Tools – Security

HDD Low Level Format Tool v4.40

Windows Recovery:

Lazesoft Windows Recovery v4.0.0.1

Other Tools:

FSViewer v6.5.0

Free Office rev 703

Sumatra PDF v3.1.2

7-Zip v18.05

ExamDiff Pro v10.0.0.6

HxD v2.0.0

Notepad++ v7.5.6

WinMerge v2.14

Removable Drive Tools:

CDBurnerXP v4.5.8.6795

Rufus v3.0.1304

Security – AntiVirus:

ESET Online Scanner v2.0.22

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware v2.2.1.1043

Security – KeyFinders:

ProduKey v1.92

ShowKeyPlus v1.0.6610

Security – Passwords:

Lazesoft Password Recovery v4.0.0.1

NT Password Edit v0.7

System Tools:

CPU-Z v1.85.0

GPU-Z v2.9.0

HWInfo v5.84-3450

Speccy v1.32.740

TechBench ISO Downloader v4.13

WinNTSetup v3.9.0

Attribute Changer v9.0

CCleaner v5.43.6522

Change Keyboard Layout v1.0.0

Dependency Walker v2.2.6

Registry Backup v3.5.3

Regshot v2.0.1.70

SysInternals Suite

Windows PowerShell v1.0

Network:

Aero Admin v4.5

Teamviewer v6.0.10511

Acrylic Wi-Fi Home v3.3.0

Chrome v67.0.3396.62

Mozilla Firefox v60.0.1.6710

PENetwork v0.59.0.4

What is a LIVE USB?

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A live USB is a bootable usb drive that contains an operating system that can be used without being installed. Essentially, you can stick this usb into any computer/laptop that can boot from a usb drive and you'll be able to load this operating system without having to install anything.

Most Linux distributions give you the option to install the operating system on your hard drive if you'd like to, but it is not necessary.

Keep in mind that unless you install the OS, the USB will boot into a 'brand new' OS each time and none of your updates or settings will be saved. You can save files as long as you make sure to save it on a separate USB or hard drive.

This is useful in cases where you don't want to save any files/settings.

A good example is when you are using someone else's computer and you don't want to leave a trace.

Shipping Information

We strive to ship all of our products as soon as possible. Please allow up to 1 business day for us to ship. We use USPS First Class Mail, so your package should arrive relatively quickly.

Return Policy

We want you to be 100% satisfied with your order. If for some reason you are not satisfied and we can not correct your problem, you are welcome to return your purchased product up to 30 days from the date of delivery.

Click here to read the full Refund Policy
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What is Linux, you ask? Great question!

Linux is an Operating System (OS) similar to Windows, with almost all the same features but faster, less cluttered, and more user-friendly.

What makes it different?

  • More secure: Linux requires password security to download new files and programs
  • Open-source: Linux isn’t owned by a brand like Microsoft or Apple, but rather is an open-source system, which means it’s created to allow users to use and modify the system in any way they see fit, so you aren’t tied to Windows or iOS.
  • Computer reboot: When you have an older computer or laptop, new software updates are often not able to be downloaded, but the current versions don’t work. With Linux, you can reboot old computers and laptops by downloading a different operating system to help it run!
  • The Terminal: Want more control over your user-interface? Linux allows you to edit the entirety of the OS through the “terminal.”

What is a LIVE USB?

'

A live USB is a bootable usb drive that contains an operating system that can be used without being installed. Essentially, you can stick this usb into any computer/laptop that can boot from a usb drive and you'll be able to load this operating system without having to install anything.

Most Linux distributions give you the option to install the operating system on your hard drive if you'd like to, but it is not necessary.

Keep in mind that unless you install the OS, the USB will boot into a 'brand new' OS each time and none of your updates or settings will be saved. You can save files as long as you make sure to save it on a separate USB or hard drive.

This is useful in cases where you don't want to save any files/settings.

A good example is when you are using someone else's computer and you don't want to leave a trace.

Shipping Information

We strive to ship all of our products as soon as possible. Please allow up to 1 business day for us to ship. We use USPS First Class Mail, so your package should arrive relatively quickly.

Return Policy

We want you to be 100% satisfied with your order. If for some reason you are not satisfied and we can not correct your problem, you are welcome to return your purchased product up to 30 days from the date of delivery.

Click here to read the full Refund Policy